Hey Adobe Peoples!
Got a bit of an oddity that I'm wondering about. I shot a series of interviews with the 5D MK III, and during the recording process everything seemed fine, but I did get an overheating light after about 30 min and had to chill the camera for a second before we continued on. The same thing happend at the next interview about 30 min down the line.
Got back to the studio, began ingest, and started cutting up super selects. Around the 30 min mark, my footage suddenly turns into what looks like a movie file that isn't being correctly put together by premiere and the codec.
I checked the raw .MOV file and everything seems normal, except that the beginning of the clip starts out black, then there is an audio buzz followed by a beep, and then everything plays normally in quicktime and preview. FCP 7 plays it fine as well (which makes since as it is using quicktime for playback). I can successfully convert the file to pro res with mpeg stream clip and it plays fine.
My question is... why? What is causing CS6 to playback the file incorrectly?
Its not urgent, as I can convert to Pro Res... and actually its kind of an interesting effect. But I want to make sure this doesn't become a habit of Premiere.
Mac OSX 10.8
2.93 GHZ Intel Core i7
8 GB RAM
ATI Radeon HD 5750 1024 MB
If you want to send me a short clip after where the problem starts Id be glad to test it on my system as a point of comparison.
I think it may be something like a missing I-frame at the beginning of the clip.
I did get an overheating light after about 30 min
Canon still hasn't fixed that?